It is amazing how quickly cellphones loss their values, kind of reminds me of the prices you see with new cars; the prices drop precipitously the moment you purchase them. I purchased an iPhone 4S for just a little over $500 about a year ago and last month I was offered just a measly $95 from Radio Shack. I thought that was an absolute insult. Guess they thought I was a crackhead or something. After shopping around, I managed to get cash offer of $235 from a website called UpgradeCell.com. My word of caution to those waiting in long lines to drop big bucks on the latest and greatest would be to wait a bit after the new model is introduced before purchasing to determine how well they are received by the general public and how well the price holds up.
Trevorde sold his cell phone and has a very useful advice. I left out the name of the website that bought his phone.
"I just sold my cell phone for way more money than I thought I would get. happy. The web site I sold it to paid me quickly and warned me about something I think I should tell everyone. They contacted me and said that I didn't erase my pictures and phone numbers from my phone before I sent it. He was very cool and did it for me. He said that it is very important to reset everything before you sell your phone, and I can see why. So thank god for them in erasing everything for me.
Advice to everyone if you do sell a phone on the internet, do a master reset before you sell."